THREE people were charged with drink driving in Tea Gardens Hawks Nest during the Easter weekend while others were issued infringements for burn outs, failing to display P plates and negligent driving.
Two drink driving charges were mid range, one incident involved a 42-year-old Booral woman who was stopped on Myall Road Tea Gardens.
Police said the woman allegedly returned a positive reading of .095 and her licence was suspended on the spot. She was set to have faced Raymond Terrace Court on April 16.
A 49-year-old Raymond Terrace man was stopped on Mungo Brush Road and allegedly returned a positive reading of .094, his licence was also suspended and he was set to have faced Raymond Terrace Court on Monday.
A 56-year-old male from Tea Gardens was allegedly caught driving with a blood alcohol level of .077 in Hawks Nest and is to face Raymond Terrace Court on May 14 for low range drink driving.
Two infringements were handed out for failing to display P plates and a 19-year-old male from Kings Langley was fined for a burn out on Mungo Brush Road.
Police were also called to Hawks Nest after a White Toyota utility attemped drive from Moira Parade up onto King Fisher Avenue where there is no connecting road.
The 20-year-old male from Ourimbah became stuck but when police arrived he had abandoned the vehicle. A search of the surrounding area failed to located the man but he was found the next morning asleep on the front seat.
He was given an infringement notice for negligent driving.